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Holt Denied; Parents Undecided On Anneal Move
Lee Calhoun To Wed On TV Show
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NEW VOKK—The producer of
the • Br'de and Groom" television
'how plans to "take lecal action"
•'■ :T." the Amateur Athletic Tin
ion unless Olympic champion Lee
<1 :’houn of Gary. Ind. is per
rn : 1 d to appear on ‘ln- Frida.,'s
Ti’ • tp|, ',t o, -.ml to Ran
i - -rig,. r« : rretapy ficasui' ! r <>f
Aat Producer fohn Red
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GREENSBORO- Jack M, Da
vis-Jr a former radio announcer
and member of the Spiritual As
sembly of the Baha’is of Green.--
bevo. at. a. meeting with the Guil
ford County School Board last
Saturday, risked the hoard's on*
lerinn for hiring teachers as re
gards their religious beliefs.
Htr, quesHon iva.s brought to bear
open an incident in which it is
alleged that Miss Elah Cowart:,
•i former fourth grade teacher of
Rankin School, lost her job after
having issued invitations to mem
bers of the school faculty asking
them to meet at. her home for in
formal discussions on the Baha’i
Mis* Cowart is also a mem
ber of (he Baha’i Faifh. which
teaches the oneness of man
kind and that all religions are
one. The religion began in
Persia during the second half
of the lasi century when its
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‘Camel City’ To Host NC
Baptist Women Next Week
WINSTON-SALEM —The 73rd
Amnia! Session of the Woman's
Baptist Home and Foreign Mis
sionary convention, of North Car*-
ollra will meet August- 1.3-16 ;n
W m.-ton-r Salem at toe New Bethel
Baptist Church. Dr, Jerry Dray
ton. pastor. Mrs. M. A. Horne is
the president of the convention
s.i'.d Mrs C, N Hayes Is president
of the host circle.
Mrs Elizabeth Maddox Huntley
»nl be cuest speaker Wednesday’
August 14 at 8:00 p.m.
Mrs ffuntley was born in Geor
gia. the daughter of a minister.
Nab Six Men
GREENVILLE, S C -mm e
white men Tuesday faced conspir
acy charges in connection with
the ' f uly 21 beating of a 58-year
old Negro m Greenville County.
Arerst of the. three Monday
brought to six the number of
persons charged during the
three werk-, since Claude CTu
eii was brutally beaten while
earing for the seven children
of a white neighbor.
Charges were filed Mondnv
(gainst James C. Boling, 28. Jack
Bentley, 24, and B. F Davis, 57.
Each w-as charged with ccmsjjtr- j
«?.cv to commit assault and battery
with intent to 1:111.
All three men were released un
do” SI,OOO bond.
ot three men charged, last. Bat-'
tirchy, one. A Marshall ter
£O, remained in iai! Two other:,
were- freed under bond,
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| RM'l F TOT F BBS—An uni
"i dentilied t»«n ager is hustled
:"a off to a waiting police van after
T i rnvinc gangs of youths sinned
Mft; ' motorists on Chicago’s far South
Es; r/diowirig a rice riot iti pjr<-
: 4 battled Calumet Bark. Thirty
*. person' were hospitalized, and
gCfy one girl was accidental!' shot
- by cop whose motorcycle was
. i burned by the mob. I New spress
..sc Bhoto :.
Hold Harnett Farmer For
Mu rder In Ten ant’s Death
I,ELLINGTON A Harm M,
County farmer told officers Suu
. day that he shot and killed ore
-of hir. tenant’s late Saturday night
_ | after going to the tenant's house 1
f to investigate n ‘disturbance."
Harnett County Sheriff C
R. AToore said C'arlle (CR>
Cotton, 50. told him he had
shot James McLaurcn, the Ne
gro tenant, when McLaurcn
advanced on him with a knife
Cotton said he went to McLattr
ens house, about. 300 yards from!
| bis own to investigate. /a “disiurb
; ance” which he said McLauren i
and his wife were having.
i McLaurcn, shot five times in I
the chest and side, was rushed to >
a Raleigh hospital where he died. I
'The incident occurred in the
1 She is author of "What Ye Sow".
;; She is a noted corn potter, having 1
received national recognition as a
composer m 1651 when a bill was!
i introduced m the United states!
Congress, jointly hv the House of >
! Representatives and Senate, to
| make. the. son::. "Behold Thy Mo-:
- J thcr." of which she is composer.
The National Mother's Day song.
She has done graduate work in j
the field of Religious Education ;;i 1
i Union Theological Seminary. New
York, and she has studied at the 1
same institution in its school of !
Site is highly talented in dra- !
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MRS FU/.AHKT3 Wf'>Tf.ST
, . N C. HapMst sp*?h*>-
Christian Light. Community in the i
western part, of Harnett- County. I
Cotton is under $5,800 bond!
| awaiting the outcome of an in
Kasper Takes Refuge In A Field
Alter Being Chased Out Os Park j
State News j
WAKE MINISTER IS SPEAKER j
ASHEVILLE—The Rev. George ;
S Stokes, Sr., of Middlesex, was!
the main speaker at the First;
Lazaret' Baptist Church hers.;
Rev, Otis Dunn, pastor, Sunday, j
Rev. Stocks, who was accompan
ied here by his son, George, Jr.,
;a. Shaw University student, re
turned to Middlesex Monday. He
I is pastor of the following church
es: Frondship Baptist, Wake For
est: Riley Kill Baptist, Wendell: \
! Wake Baptist Grove, Garner, j
Pleasant Grove. Wendell. Both he j
and Mrs. Stokes are teachers in
FACES RAPE CHARGE
GOLDSBORO—EarI Cox, 18,
1 of the Rosewood area, is lie
ing held without bond in the
Wayne County jail on a
charge of attempting to rape
a white 8-ycar-okl girl of the
same community. Sheriff Jesse
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S. C. Leader
ROCK HILL. R C. Leaders of!
a Negro boycott of city buses here
agreed Monday night to try to!
make the boycott 100 per cent es-;
Some J7R Negroes attended a:
meeting to discuss the boycott
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Beneath Sand Pile
- CHARLESTON, S C A f,n
,veav-old man was buried olive
here Saturday when a sand oile
; at. a cement manufacturing plant
' caved in under him
The Charleston police
squad and volunteer rescue
workers due for two hours in
a, ain attempt to save James
Police said Turner, n main
tenance man at the S«dke
Reedy Aliy Company, had
climbed to the top of the lift
fool-high mound »« break up
a cavltv in Ihe mound which
prevented a conveyor hell from
3 College Professors
Refuse To Resign Jobs
COLUMBIA. S r —Allen Uni
versity President Fiank R, Veal
Monday confirmed reports that!
three professors at the Negro col-!
lege have rejected a request that j
The executive board and board ]
: of control ol the boaid of trustees;
met at 11 n.m Tuesday for a |
1 hearing to decide if the three
should be fired, Veal said.
He identified the professors
as Ur. John G. Rideout, chair
man of (lie Division of Hu- j
mnnities; Dr. F.dwio Hoffman.
.NASHVILLE, Tenn. Police
Sunday chased segregationist;
John Kasper and his followers j
out of a city park here as they i
attempted to hold an antl-inte-j
Kasper, the Washington, T),
C White Citizens Council
leader, immediately moved t»
a field outside the city limits
and started the meeting. A
parade of segregationist spent I
several hours criticizing the
C. S. Supreme Court. Tennex- i
see Gov. Frank Clement, Nash- i
ville Mayor Ben West, the
■lewis . religion and the press. !
Robed Klanamen handed oui :
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Happy Khmer New Year.
WINS TOP ELK AWARD ,
Mrs. Annie Black well, 135 Cam- j
'ho' Street this city. 2nd from
left, is shown receiving a cheek
from local Exalted Ruler Ai
phonao Vane# eoverinr all ex- !
i |+t Mojpj
But when the victim punctured
>! tine, hole, he fell into the cavity j
, j and sand immediately began to
; swallow hirn up.
Rescue workers said they ruan
• aged at one time to get, a rope
s around Turner’s hand, but the
i sand continued to cave in and fi
nally covered the victim.
Thr rescue squad continued
(« dig for Turner after the
Negro disappeared into the
sand. With the aid of a huge
crane borrowed from a nearby
contractor they finally recov
ered Turner's body two hour*
later but be had suffocated.
Turner had worked for the ce
ment plant for? 5 years.
chairman of the Division of
Teacher Education: and Dr.
Forrest Oran Wiggins, a i
Hoffman mil Rideout are
Veal .said the three were asked
! to resign, effective, July 15. be j
i cause It would be better for t
university and Its program.' Th
letter was written June 15.
Veal said the political activities j
i of the three hod no bearing on |
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By ROBERT G. SHEPARD
ARK WE »Vs U’ARI.K?: Many
vailed answers have been made:
to the questions Southern whites!
always ask concerning outside in • j
fluence when Negroes seek any!
relief from unjust ami intolerance
situations. It seems as though
Southerners feel that Negroes here
are wholly incapable of realizing
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pettses to the National Elks lion j
venlion to be held this month in
Philadelphia., Pa. Mrs. Black- j
well, who sold 177 ticket* to a ;
special dance last week, lopped
nearly 100 contestants from sec* I
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ATTORNEY ¥ J . ; t.
, . votrd ji*r b>; •’gruJmn
,/oe Holt, Jr.
nr STAFF WRITI P
There 11 be no infcgirtijon in the
Raleigh Public School.-, this year, j
This was decided by action of the:
School Board Tue.sda• when an
application filed by .Joseph Ht
; ram Holt’s parents w-is defeated
: by a vote ot 5 to 1
' The lone dissenting vote came•
| rtffli the lone Negro member oi
.e board. Attorney Fred J. Car
nage, a member for eight year'.
| who said, “We ought to have some
| concrete reason for denying tlv
j application other than, race."
Parents Cndccided On \ppc:!l
, Mr. and Mrs. Holt. Sr of 1013 !
| Obcrlin Road, were undecided!
> Tuesday night as to whether they 1
would ask the Board to reconsider i
its action and admit their 14-yen
oid son to ail-white Needham B.
Broughton High School. located j
a short distance from his Oberlin!
home. This was the only applica
tion filed by a Negro for transfer
i to a white school in the city.
“In the interest of the pub
llr and in the interest of the
hoy, denial was made” .ie
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White Pastor Happy
In Pulpit Exchange
CHARLOTTE —"Real spiritual.
; warmth” has been found by n j
i white Canadian minister among ;
j a Negro congregation here.
The Rev. Wilson Bridge, who
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j mi cities in sales. Others in
: photo, left to right, are Joe I. : ;
Walker Henderson Mrs. Elaine
Robinson, Ullfncton. second 1
i place; and S*t William Free
man. llliine* on (Slafl photo
I by Cbas. R .tones! - ,
I IMPRISONED FOR SLAIN ,
MONTHS—Thrse arc four of the
five children of eelf-klyled Bap
tist minister. Kelley t lehnscn.
He had kcnl them imprisoned
in ihe basement of bis bouse in
Baltimore for a period of seven
months. Their mother died in
Greensboro's White PTA
Will Accept Integration
GREENSBORO A parent
teacher association official of a;
Greensboro white school to which
several Negroes have born assign -}
• ed said the PTA group "seems will-!
mi: in go along’’ with the into-!
The receni decision by Ihe
Greensboro Board nf I- dura - i
Mon to transfer live Negro sMi
denls M* previously all-white
Gillespie Park School camr
under discussion ala special !
mi'daij Afonrla.v night of the
Gilir pu- Bark School PT.A
"Gcnur.tn.v, the body serins wiii-j
ucj to g i alone with the move.’’ |
i said Dt Witt Skinner. PTA chair-!
“AVr explained the law in
Ihe group and then we had a
question period," ftp said. "No
on.- even suggested that we
v«te In close the school under
the I nca! Option Plan.”
"We lust talked about the wisest!
thing to do,” he added
However, the school board rie- *
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STRIKES PREGNANT WIFE
RALEIGH —Melvin Johnson, 18,}
of the 1300 block of South East i
Street was arrested for hitting!
j his wife. Mrs. Alice Johnson, at 1
| their home Sunday. Johnson, who)
i i.s charged with engaging in an!
affray allegedly struck his preg-j
I nam wife. Hr was scheduled to
be tried in the Domestic. Relations}
Crmri.. Bond wns apt at SI,OOO I
Bonus Money Month Ends;
Winners To Be Announced
Weil, the fourth month of the
big Bonus Money Program, spon
sored by The CAROLINIAN end
ed at midnight Wednesday of this
week.. Persons partiiepating must |
have their purchase slips or re-1
ccipis in the office. 518 E. Martini
I Street, by norm Monday, August!
■Winners will bp announced In
next, week's edition
There were five weeks for par
i t.ieipation in this month's pro
From all indication, if up
pears that ai record number of
families will submit entries
during Ibis period. Are you
among the number? If not.
read Ihe rules in ibis edition
and begin, right now, to *ave
I your purchase slips from nier-
7 his Week’s Advertisers
The merchants listed below arc CAROLINIAN Semis
Tip fnp Pood .dime
f Knrl l.itrhrnan
Town A- Country Tire Ncr i, e
Mother A Daughter Store*
■lack * .till Children's Simp
S. M, Young Hardware
Raleigh Funeral Home
Mr, Elvis Rand
Raleigh Seafood tompam
CH-mlla's Beauty College
Kramer - Jesveier*
t.surge a, isles Insuyonre Agency
Harris Wholesale, Ine.
A A P Food Stores
Town K Country Furniture in.
Carolina Power & t ight Company
Tire Distributors tne.
First-CHUonx Bank .V Trn.i Compans -
CTvcll* Beautv College
George A. Poles Insurance Sgen. >
<> H. Clothing Comparr
sure tit Seat Cover Cents!
tfird - Dopjrmieat, SMore
Electrical Wholesalers, Int.
1955. They are Heft to right*,
Kellin and Kelly, who are. twins,
Romaine, 5; and Frances, 6.
the father was failed for ne
gleet, August Ist, and the kids
are under the rare of the Wel
fare Department. No* shown is
Jeremiah. 2. fUNITED PRESS
I Blasts Va. s
j RICHMOND, Va,—An official
; of the NAACP has charged U. S’
j Sen Harry F Byrd (D.-Va.i wth
i misquoting him on the. floor of
j the. Senate in a statement that
! Tn Virginia there hap. been no
j interference: whatever with respect:
i to t lie. right of Negroes to vote”
j Bearer H Banks, executive sec
i rotary of the Virginia Conference
jof the Negro organization, sent
! Senator Byrd a telegram to this
effect Monday night He said
; Byrd made the alleged misquote
! on August 2 during floor debate
! on the civil rights bill.
Although interference with ths
1 right of Negroes to vote has not.
| in Alabama, yet registrars in ’.he
lions at violence which have been
demonstrated in Mississippi and
in Alabama yet registrars in the
black belt counties of Virginia
do effectively discourage registrar’
I lion by Negro citizens through
| several techniques.” Banka said
i He added that these ”tec-hoi*
| dues- ‘ include, “finding it diffi*
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chants advertising m the The
$l3O is given monthly, divided
| between the ten Raleigh families
i spending the largest amount of
! money with our advertisers tr. ar
! cerdance with Boney Money rule*,
j The money is divided as follows:
j first award, SSO; second award,
$25: third award. sls. fourth
award, sin. and six awards of $S
Awards Will Differ Next. Period
The first week of the fifth pe
riod of Bonus Money participa
tion will begin Thursday. August
15, and still close at midnight,
Wednesday. September 11
Beginning with the fifth period
the award will be $25, first. sls,
second. $lO. third and forty $2
awards will He given
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Betts Ga ;>
Williams 1 Garas*
Natlon.il Art shop
si Augustine's foil*!>-
Ed scare's Shoe ytorr
italcisn Merchant-- Hure.su 1»-
The Hood System lattunrlil Bank
Mechanics A Farmers Bank
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Acme Realty rnmpuiv
Cameron Village, lnr
union Supply company
i Heads Mixed Concrete Compaii
j PAGE 17
i Raleigh Savings A Loin Association
j Dunn's Esso Service
; First Federal Savings A' Loan Ars'ti
Iu in City Radio * Appliance Co
■Stephens supply Co
Varlna Wholesale Builders Suppl-
Tom Ashworth's Tire Service
Iloilo well's Cash Grocery
j Wake Insurance Agency
; eraser Motor Company
[ Dick Fryer
1 Edwsrfl's Pharmarv
The Hood System Ituiuvfrtsl Bank
Hunt General Tire Coni pun'
h L Quinn Furniture Comparr.
N. c Products
Acme Realty Compact*.
Gem Watch Shoo
Tire Tiles i service